ELF IN BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT
A further case for tracking down the origin of Extremely Low Frequencies (ELF) with 4Hz multiples in the ambient atmosphere is made here. The measurements included in this page were registered using Carnicom’s latest circuit design at the Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico on January 25, 2003, and mimic the frequencies measured in Santa Fe in the earlier Carnicom paper titled ELF & THE HUMAN ANTENNA (dated January 19, 2003) except for one notable thing: the 60Hz frequency that was observed in Santa Fe is absent as expected from the measurements, as the 60Hz frequency is known to be produced by power lines, of which there are none at the Bandelier National Monument. The closest town from Bandelier is 6 miles, and in this National Monument there is expected to be little to no frequency interference from other known sources. One other significant finding in these measurements is that the ELF signals appear to be that of a highly pulsed nature, versus that of power line pulses and their 60Hz frequencies. Citizens across the globe are asked to replicate the results presented in these experiments. The circuit diagram for this test unit will be presented at a later time. A request is made for those in the electrical engineering fields to contribute modification to this design as well.